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Abstract

In this section, the term acidolysis refers specifically to the refluxing (or heating at 100°C) of lignin or lignocellulose with 0.2 M HCl in dioxane-water (9:1, v/v). This treatment was originally introduced in lignin chemistry as a procedure for isolating lignin from plant materials (Pepper et al. 1959) and as an analytical tool in lignin studies for determining the occurrence of β-O-4 structures and β-5 structures in spruce lignin (Adler et al. 1957, Adler 1977). It is noteworthy that, besides the acidolysis reagent, other mixtures containing dioxane and hydrogen chloride have been used for the extraction of lignin from plant materials (Stumpf and Freudenberg 1950, Stumpf et al. 1953, Pla et al. 1984).

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High Performance Liquid Chromatography Lignin Degradation Trimethylsilyl Derivative Acidolysis Reaction Trimethyl Borate 
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